Our online Cyber Security Awareness course describes types of cyber crime, such as hacking, phishing, malware, data breaches, identity theft, cyber fraud and ransomware. It will help you to understand what cyber crime is and how it can occur.
Fixing the damage caused by cyber attacks is expensive and time-consuming. The course outlines how you can reduce the chance of you or your organisation becoming a victim of a cyber crime. It covers security practices, such as identifying fraudulent websites, implementing good data management and creating strong passwords.
Information is valuable, be it a person’s name, email, account number or passwords. Without proper protection, devices and networks are more susceptible to cyber attacks, resulting in information security breaches. Everyone in an organisation must be aware of different types of cyber crime and how you can protect your organisation’s devices and networks from attack, damage or unauthorised access.
The importance of protecting digital information (information held on devices and networks) and the consequences of an information security breach.
Common types of crimes carried out on devices and networks (known as cyber crime).
Steps you can take to reduce the risk of cyber crime and what to do if you are a victim of cyber crime.
If you are an employer looking to enroll a large number of staff, discounts are available. Contact us for information at firstname.lastname@example.org
The course is aimed at employees who use a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone as part of their work duties, or those who use the organisation’s network for personal use.
To purchase this online course simply book and pay online at the top right hand side, when this has been completed you will receive an email with your username and password and you will have access to the link to login and launch the course.